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BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS IN NIGERIA

BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
NO. 11, SULEIMAN BARAU STREET, PRESIDENTIAL VILLA ABUJA FCT, NIGERIA
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS IN NIGERIA

1. INTRODUCTION
a. The Public procurement Act (PPA), 2007 established the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP ) as the regulatory authority responsible for the monitoring and oversight or public procurement, harmonizing the existing government policies and practices by regulating, setting standards and developing the legal framework and professional capacity for public procurement in Nigeria.
b. Most of the public procurement documents currently in use for the conduct of public procurement by the Federal Government were developed since 2009 and are due for review and update. Experiences in using some have shown some inadequacies in catering for large, complex and dynamic nature of some procurement of goods, works and services. Consequently, the BPP wishes to engage the services of a consulting firm to review and update the existing regulations, manual and standard bidding documents and also produce additional documents that hitherto were not in existence in line with the objectives of the BPP.
c. The Bureau now invites proposals to provide consulting services for the review of the existing public procurement documents an update them including providing newer ones to reflect international best practices in public procurement. The detailed terms of Reference (ToR) for the consultancy service will be made available in the Request for Proposal (RfP) to shortlisted firms.
d. The service will be procured as a Lump Sum Contract while the selection method will be Quality Cost Based Selection (QCBS) and is expected to be completed within Eight (8) months from the date of contract award.
e. Interested consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the service.

2. SCOPE OF SERVICE
a. This assignment will include amongst others the review of all existing procurement documents, update the document based on input from stakeholders’ engagement, lessons learnt from previous practices, assessment of the market, Public Procurement Act, 2007, relevant national policies and international best practices. The existing procurement documents include but not limited to the following:

i. Public Procurement Manual;
ii. Public Procurement Regulation for Procurement of Services
iii. Public Procurement Regulation tor Procurement of Goods and works;
iv. Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement of Goods;
v. Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement or works (for both small and large works);
vi. Standard Request for Proposals for Procurement of Services (Lump sum & Time-based for individual, small and complex assignments)
vii. All public procurement related Circulars, etc.

b. The assignment will also include development of:
i. Prequalification document for works,
ii. Prequalification document for goods,
iii. Standard Bidding for goods,
iv. Standard Bidding for works
v. Standard Request for Proposal for Non-consulting services (such as facility management, etc.);
vi. Standard Request for Proposal for Management Information System (with and without prequalification);
vii. Prequalification and Standard Bidding Document for the Procurement of Health commodities (pharmaceuticals, vaccines, condoms etc)
viii. Bidding document for Framework Agreement;
ix. Bidding document for Procurement in fragile state;
x. Bidding document for Preferential Procurement
xi. Bidding document for Procurement of complex projects such as Engineering, procurement and Construction (EPC) contracts;
xii. Disposal procedure and bidding document Reverse Auction Regulation,
xiii. Defence procurement and Bidding Document/Regulation (Special Goods)
xiv. Regulations for different aspects of public procurement practices Such as Sustainable Public Procurement,
c. Advice on which document(s) to adopt and tailored to suit our National System amongst the myriad of standard bidding documents in existence globally, with Special emphasis on Commonwealth Countries;

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